MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred is set to make a visit to Wisconsin this week to assist the Milwaukee Brewers in getting funding for stadium upgrades and reportedly could threaten to take the team elsewhere if state officials continue to stall on public funding.

Along with the Green Bay Packers, the Milwaukee Brewers have been one of the pillars of professional sports in the state of Wisconsin. And since its inaugural season in 1969, it has been the center of attention during the summer for many sports fans in the state. However, that could change when the team’s stadium lease ends in 2030.

Over the last few months, the Milwaukee Brewers have sought to make needed upgrades to American Family Field. The team recently commissioned a study that found the stadium requires over $440 million in renovations that could be done over the next 20 years. However, the mid-market team can’t foot the bill themselves and has asked the state to help fund the upgrades.